Free Homeschool Math Printables

Click to tip!

We offer free printable math printables, worksheets, lessons, printable manipulatives and more!


All printables in this section require free Adobe Acrobat Reader .

As we expand our offerings, this page will change (items will be categorized, etc.). If you bookmark it, be aware that it might look different the next time you come back!

Newest offerings are at the top.

 

How to convert metric numbers help sheet Otter was having trouble converting metric numbers so I made this helper page for him!

math metric conversion steps

Math Help Sheet

Math help sheet

 

Milk Chocolate Counting Bears (Counters)
These "yummy" bears make great math counters! Use them to illustrate all sorts of math concepts. I recommend you print them out onto cardstock and possibly cover them with contact paper before cutting out for durability.

Colored "candy" bears can also be downloaded. Select your favorite "flavor" or download a variety for sorting or just for fun!

 

 

 

Blueberry Bears Grape Bears
Green Apple Bears Milk Chocolate Bears
Lemonade Bears Cookie Bears
(holding chocolate chips, some with chocolate chip hats)
Strawberry Bears Orange Marmalade Bears


Hundred Number Chart
Use this 100 number chart to show and discover number patterns, to practice counting, to understand quantity and more!

Blank Chart
Fill in your own numbers. This blank chart is great for skip counting practice.

 

 

 

 


Hundred Number Chart "Tiles"
Use these tiles on the 100 number charts above to "cover up" numbers, discover patterns, etc. We recommend you print them onto cardstock and then cut the squares out along the black lines. The tiles are designed to be exactly the same size as the squares on our charts.

 

 

 

 


Printable Fraction Blocks Set 1Fraction Blocks Set 1
This is a set of fraction blocks for modeling 1 whole through 1/12. This set features blue and purple colors.

Decimal Blocks Set 1
This is the same as above only with the corresponding decimals.



We recommend printing this set on cardstock and then cutting the pieces out. You can store them in a Ziplock bag.

 


Printable Fraction Blocks Set 2
Fraction Set Two

Here's another set of fraction blocks - just in different colors.

We recommend printing this set on cardstock and then cutting the pieces out. You can store them in a Ziplock bag.

 

 

 


Printable Fraction Blocks Black & White
Fraction Set 3
(Black & White)
This set of fraction blocks isn't colored at all. This is for those of you who'd like to save ink or do your "own" coloring.



We recommend printing this set on cardstock and then cutting the pieces out. You can store them in a Ziplock bag.

 

 

 

The Easy Way to Subtract!
I didn't even know this "easy" way to subtract numbers until recently. Now I'm sharing what my son and I learned with you and your children. This is NOT borrowing (despite the graphic to the left).

There are four pages. The first two pages are the "lesson" (easy explanations that "talk" directly to your child) and the third page has practice problems. The fourth page contains the answers (so mom doesn't have to figure anything out or Jr. can check his own work).

This lesson is most appropriate for students who have their subtraction facts down and understand and are comfortable with the concept of "borrowing". You can demonstrate the concepts in this lesson visually and in a hands-on way with the math chips below.

*Ignore the mistake where I have an ADDITION sign instead of a subtraction sign on the main page graphic! LOL...I have no idea where the original document is right now to correct it.

 

 

Math ChipsMath Chips
Print these math chips onto card stock and then cut them out to help with a variety of math lessons such as place value, multiplication and more. I created them originally so that my son could use them with his Singapore math books.

In the future we may offer elementary math lessons and worksheets that use these chips.

 

 

 

 


Place Value ChartPlace Value Chart
This place value chart is designed to go with the above math chips. There are nine circles in each place to help demonstrate carrying and borrowing (since only 9 will "fit" you will need to trade for a 10, etc.).

 

 

 

 

 


Blank Place Value Chart
Here is a blank place value chart!

 

 

 

Click here for my blog!

 

Link to Guest Hollow

Guesthollow


 
Berries


Search our site!